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Honeywell 709. tried to move to another room. forgot to turn off before pulling out plug. wont start. plug is ok, works for lights. wont turn on. what do i do ?

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Let sit overnight, most likely disturbed the internal t-stat.The oil has to settle again. And make sure power oi off before turning on.

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